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  • 1.
    • The High Five Process and EOC Data
    • NCVPS Curriculum and Instruction Division
  • 2.
    • When thinking about student learning and thinking about course design, it is important to consider the following 5 questions.
    • What do the students need to know?
    • How will the students learn it?
    • What if the students don’t learn it?
    • What if the students already know it?
    • How will you know if the student has learned it?
    • These questions should drive your thinking as you start to discuss EOC Test Strategies.
    The High Five Process
  • 3.
    • To be successful on North Carolina EOC tests, students need to know:
    • North Carolina Standard Course of Study Goals and Objectives
    • Power Goals
    • 21 st Century Skills and Themes
    • Test-taking Strategies
    Question 1: What do Students Need to Know?
  • 4.
    • To be successful on North Carolina EOC tests, students will learn through:
    • Mastering/Completing the Course
    • EOC Review Module
    • WIMBA Review Sessions
    • One-on-one Tutoring Sessions
    Question 2: How Will the Students Learn It?
  • 5.
    • To be successful on North Carolina EOC tests, students who don’t learn it will need to re-learn material through:
    • Remediation
    • Additional EOC Practice
    • Re-Teaching with a Different Medium
    • Alternative Assessment
    Question 3: What If the Students Don’t Learn It?
  • 6.
    • To be successful on North Carolina EOC tests, students that already know the material will continue their learning through:
    • Pre-Assessments (Move on to other Lessons)
    • Differentiate Assignments to Further Learning
    Question 4: What If the Students Already Know It?
  • 7.
    • To be successful on North Carolina EOC tests, you will know your students have learned the material through:
    • Pre-Assessments
    • Formative Assessments
    • Mastery Assignments
    • Post-Assessments
    • Synchronous Contact
    • WIMBA Sessions
    • Pronto Sessions
    Question 5: How Will You Know If the Student Has Learned It?